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The book was very interesting, telling the unfortunate sordid story going on behind the scenes of success.Published 11 months ago by pattyjo
Too bad when people this brilliant use it for fraud instead of good.Published 15 months ago by Trudy M. Phillips
I really wanted to learn more about this after seeing a special on TV. However, this book is poorly written and has a funny smell.Published 16 months ago by ELIZABETH WALLACE
Who knew all this was going on backstage with the boy bands! It is a quick and entertaining read.
And despite the enormity of the Ponzi scheme I don't remember this... Read more
I found this book interesting and well written (and it has a really clever title). Lou Pearlman was a con-artist who got really lucky and it's repulsive that so many people fell... Read morePublished on March 22, 2012 by Dr. Schnittman
I became interested in Ponzi schemes and financial scandals, and the individuals who run them, somewhere between Enron and Bernie Madoff. Read morePublished on June 6, 2011 by Ptolemy
The author of this book didn't tell you his roommate wrote the scandalous Vanity Fair article, that, by the way, offered absolutely no evidence that any wrong doing was done by Mr. Read morePublished on November 8, 2010 by DesertChic
Tyler Gray masquerades as an author. This book sucks. It is poorly written and researched. By the author's own admissions, it is filled with half truths, lies, and indirect... Read morePublished on June 16, 2009 by Avi D. Reader